Samsung Galaxy S5 Active, a device which is available only to the U.S. carrier, will be receiving an update from AT&T, the Android 5.1.1
OS, which is Google's last major redo for the mobile plan before it releases the new OS, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Other devices that are on Android 5.1.1's update list include Nexus, Motorola, LG, Sony and OnePlus One.
This update, which comes weighing at 640MB, carries its build number which is MY47X.G870AUCU2COJ3. This implies that a strong WiFi connection is a prerequisite in order to download the update successfully.
The latest version features a delivery of crucial fixes for bugs for the Galaxy S5 Active plus a feature by the tag, 'Android for Work'. This update also presents an Ultra Power Saving Mode fix, which is particularly crucial for those whose devices are using On Device Encryption.
AT&T described the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active as a device built for an active lifestyle that should live through the user's world, coming with an IP67 grading and certification as well. Therefore, it should get going great with the Android 5.1.1 update.
Users of the Galaxy S5 Active are expected to be seeing the rollout of the Android 5.1.1 to their devices, which is expected to be active within a few hours for every user.